Eliminating Moles, Voles, and Gophers  – Finally! An Effective Treatment!

Yard pests, including moles, voles, and gophers, can turn a pristine lawn into a battleground for homeowners. These subterranean creatures, though small in size, can cause significant damage to your lawn. Eliminating moles (and other burrowing pests) is a service that Bug Authority provides using the newest and most effective method. We provide mole services in Nashville, Franklin, Brentwood, Spring Hill, and throughout middle Tennessee.

Older methods (still used by many exterminators) are not really effective without multiple treatments and a great deal of follow-up. Typically, these methods consist of putting in physical barriers (underground fences), setting traps, and inserting repellents in burrows. 

The Best and Most Humane Method of Eliminating Moles 

It’s essential to consider humane and environmentally-friendly ways to rid yards of moles and other burrowing pests. That’s why Bug Authority uses the IGI Pesticidal CO2 method to fumigate the burrows. It’s a simple, effective method that is eco-friendly, leaving no residue in the soil. Learn more about our Nashville mole removal methods in the link provided.

Understanding the Habits of Moles Is Crucial for Effective Mole Control

As moles tunnel through the soil looking for food (earthworms and insects), they create mounds on the surface of your lawn and molehills for exits to the surface. These tunneling activities disturb plant and grass roots, affecting the overall health of your lawn. 

Moles create a very intricate tunnel system with a nesting area in the center. Because moles create multiple exits to the surface from their tunnels, it is necessary to locate all these and plug them up to seal the tunnels. This allows the CO2 gas to fill the entire tunnel system.

Call Bug Authority for Eliminating Moles, Voles, and Gophers

Our professional pest control staff understands the habits and characteristics of moles, voles, and gophers. Moles and voles disturb or eat plant and grass roots, while gophers can cause soil erosion. Call today and let us help you reclaim your yard from these subterranean invaders and restore your yard’s lush, healthy appearance.